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Jet fuel import in Australia goes down in June 2018

The variable declined by 5.96% compared with the prior month, according to figures published by JODI Data. The indicator went down by 214.11 thousand barrels, versus the previous month when it grew by 6.59 percent. June 2017, the variable went up by 6.72% and hit 3 148.21 thousand barrels. Year-on-year, this demonstrates a 7.3% variation between June 2017 and the same month in 2018. Australia saw a raise of 249.18% in jet fuel import over the past 9 years. In comparison to its average, the jet fuel import is now higher as the mean equals 1 997.59 thousand barrels with a negligible overall increase since the start of time series. It attained its all-time high of 3 893.63 thousand barrels in March 2017 and record low of 666.12 thousand barrels in January 2012.

Jet fuel import in Australia goes down in June 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Variation
Jun. 2018 3 378.18 -5.96
May. 2018 3 592.29 6.59
Apr. 2018 3 370.25 19.72
Mar. 2018 2 815.15 -16.47
Feb. 2018 3 370.25 10.39
Jan. 2018 3 053.05 -15.57
Dec. 2017 3 616.08 12.04
Nov. 2017 3 227.51 -4.68
Oct. 2017 3 386.11 22.35
Sep. 2017 2 767.57 -8.4

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